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This formula will work to keep blank cells from returning "0" to another cell. =IF( AND( ISBLANK(A1)=true , isblank(B1)=true ) , "dontsayzero") Then, you can just remove the dontsayzero after you've tested it, but LEAVE THE QUOTES! Also, you can make things more sophisticated adding more "IF" and "OR" statements. Check this one out (remove carriage ...
Try: =ARRAYFORMULA(transpose(split(concatenate(if(B2:D<>"", B2:D,)&char(9)),char(9)))) or: =ARRAYFORMULA(transpose(split(concatenate(B2:D&char(9)),char(9)))) or also: =ArrayFormula(transpose(trim(query(transpose(B2:D),,rows(A:A)))))
I think you need the time() function. e.g: A1= hour B1 = minutes in C1, try: =TIME(A1, B1, 0)
Another way of doing it, is by using the AVERAGEIF formula. Formula =AVERAGEIF(A1:B1, ">0") Screenshot
Here's a function to do thisif a1>0 and b1>0 then average a1 and b1 else add a1 and b1 =if(AND(A1>0,B1>0),AVERAGE(A1,B1),add(A1,B1)) Obviously you'll have to plug in your own cells for a1 and b1 You can find all the google functions documentation here
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